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Reading Comprehension & Vocabulary O Reading Comprehension O Your biology book is an incredible

Reading Comprehension & Vocabulary O Reading Comprehension O Your biology book is an incredible resource that you must be able to access and utilize for success. Part of this course is dedicated to ensuring you have practice doing so. For this assignment, you must read through the chapters assigned answer the chapter questions at the end. The wrong way to do this is to let your friend do the work then you copy their answers. The right way to do this is to read through the chapter, take notes focused on concepts (rules that have multiple applications), and do your best to comprehend the material. Answer the questions at the end of the chapter yourself or with a study group, on a separate sheet of paper. O Vocabulary O You are learning a science that is very dependent on your understanding of the terminology. In a way, this makes biology like learning a new language. I will provide you with a list of important vocabulary that if you define and commit to memory will greatly aid in your success in this class. Definitions are important to pay attention to. If you are lazy you will miss the point of the biological meaning of the word. Don’t copy down only the “Google” definition. If you define the words using the text for context, you will get much more out of it. Definitions must be hand-written to maximize brain engagement, never word processed.

Section 1. Scientific Thought O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all

Section 1. Scientific Thought O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all the questions at the end of chapter 1: page 22; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. O Vocab: Define in your glossary in the back of your notebooks. O Vocab Glossary Due O Points O 20 pts: Reading O 20 pts: Vocabulary Scientific method Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Observation Hypothesis Control group Experimental group Dependent variable Independent variable Scientific theory Scientific law Scientific Model Cellular Organization Metabolism Homeostasis Growth & Development Reproduction/Heredity Responsiveness/Interact ion 19. Evolution 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Section 2. Chemistry of Life O Reading: On a separate O O O sheet

Section 2. Chemistry of Life O Reading: On a separate O O O sheet of paper, answer all the questions at the end of… CH 3: page 58; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. CH 4: page 76; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. CH 6: page 102; “Selftest”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. Vocab: Define in your glossary in the back of your notebooks. Due ________ O 20 pts: Reading O 20 pts: Vocab O Vocabulary 1. Matter 2. Atom 3. Neutrons 4. Protons 5. Electrons 6. Element 7. Valence electrons 8. Compound 9. Molecule 10. Ion 11. Ionic bonds 12. Covalent bonds 13. Hydrogen bonds 14. Polarity 15. Polar molecule 16. Adhesion 17. Cohesion 18. Hydrophilic 19. Hydrophobic 20. p. H 21. Acid 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Base Buffer Polymer Protein Dehydration synthesis Hydrolysis Enzyme Amino acid Peptide bond Nucleic Acid Carbohydrate Lipid Energy Reactant Product Activation Energy Enzyme Active State Substrate

Section 3: Cells O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all the

Section 3: Cells O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all the questions at the end of… O CH 5: page 108; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. O Vocabulary: O Vocabulary for this unit will be covered in the “Cell Labeling Project” packet. Feel free to create flashcards.

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Section 4: Cell Cycle O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all

Section 4: Cell Cycle O Reading: On a separate sheet of paper, answer all the questions at the end of… O CH 9: page 168; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. O CH 12: page 226; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. O CH 13: page 240; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and O Vocabulary 1. Cell cycle 2. Interphase 3. Mitosis 4. Cytokinesis 5. Gene 6. DNA 7. Nucleotide 8. Purine 9. Pyrimidine 10. RNA 11. r. RNA 12. m. RNA 13. t. RNA 14. Gene expression 15. Transcription 16. Promoter 17. RNA polymerase 18. Translation 19. Codon 20. Start codon 21. Stop codon 22. Anticodon 23. The Meselson-Stahl 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. experiment 53. Semi-conservative replication 54. DNA replication 55. DNA helicase DNA polymerase Replication fork Leading strand Lagging strand Ligase Okasaki fragment Chromosome Chromatin Histone Nucleosome Chromatid Centromere Binary Fission Mutation Point mutation Insertion mutation Deletion mutation Silent mutation Missense mutation Frameshift mutation Nonsense mutation Duplication mutation Inversion mutation Translocation mutation Gene rearrangement Cancer Apoptosis Malignant tumor Benign tumor

Section 4: Cell Cycle O Vocabulary: Define these terms on a separate sheet of

Section 4: Cell Cycle O Vocabulary: Define these terms on a separate sheet of paper or on flashcards. 1. Cell cycle 2. Interphase 3. Mitosis 4. Cytokinesis 5. Gene 6. DNA 7. Nucleotide 8. Purine 9. Pyrimidine 10. RNA 11. r. RNA 12. m. RNA 13. t. RNA 14. Gene expression 15. Transcription 16. Promoter 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. RNA polymerase Translation Codon Start codon Stop codon Anticodon Semi-conservative replication DNA helicase DNA polymerase Replication fork Leading strand Lagging strand Ligase Okasaki fragment Chromosome Chromatin Histone Nucleosome 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. Chromatid Centromere Binary Fission Mutation Point mutation Insertion mutation Deletion mutation Silent mutation Missense mutation Frameshift mutation Nonsense mutation Duplication mutation Inversion mutation Translocation mutation Gene rearrangement Cancer Apoptosis Malignant tumor Benign tumor

Section 5: Meiosis O Read & Outline: O Vocabulary O CH 10: page 182;

Section 5: Meiosis O Read & Outline: O Vocabulary O CH 10: page 182; 1. Meiosis 2. Sexual “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. O CH 36: page 716; “Self-test”, “Visual Understanding”, and “Challenging Questions”. reproduction 3. Asexual reproduction 4. Binary Fission 5. Budding 6. Parthenogenesis 7. Fragmentation 8. Gamete 9. Zygote 10. Somatic cells 11. Germ (line) cells 12. Diploid 13. Haploid 14. Homologous Chromosome 15. Homologue 16. Autosome 17. Sex chromosome

Section 5: Heredity O Read & Outline O Vocabulary

Section 5: Heredity O Read & Outline O Vocabulary

Section 7. Evolution O Purple? O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 17 O 18

Section 7. Evolution O Purple? O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 17 O 18 Due: Monday 1/11 Due:

Evolution Natural Selection Ecology Artificial selection Lamark/Gradualism Macroevolution Microevolution Adaptation Acclimation Variation Punctuated equilibrium

Evolution Natural Selection Ecology Artificial selection Lamark/Gradualism Macroevolution Microevolution Adaptation Acclimation Variation Punctuated equilibrium Fossils Homologous structures Convergent evolution Analogous structures Vestigial structures Molecular clock Divergence Intelligent design Population genetics Alleles Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium Mutations Migration Genetic drift Founder effect Bottleneck effect Non-random mating Sexual selection Stabilizing selection Disruptive selection Directional selection Speciation Biological species concept Reproductive isolation Vocabulary List: Honors

Section 7. Evolution O Green Book O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 13 O

Section 7. Evolution O Green Book O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 13 O 14 Due: Tuesday 1/17 Due: Tuesday 1/24 Due: Tuesday 1/31 O Vocabulary: on either flashcards or in your glossaries, define all 35 terms. Due: Tuesday 1/17

Section 7. Evolution O Green Book O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 13 O

Section 7. Evolution O Green Book O 2. 1 -2. 5 O 13 O 14 Due: Tuesday 1/17 Due: Tuesday 1/24 Due: Tuesday 1/31 O Vocabulary: on either flashcards or in your glossaries, define all 35 terms. Due: Tuesday 1/17

Evolution Natural Selection Ecology Artificial selection Lamark/Gradualism Macroevolution Microevolution Adaptation Acclimation Variation Punctuated equilibrium

Evolution Natural Selection Ecology Artificial selection Lamark/Gradualism Macroevolution Microevolution Adaptation Acclimation Variation Punctuated equilibrium Fossils Homologous structures Convergent evolution Analogous structures Vestigial structures Molecular clock Divergence Intelligent design Population genetics Alleles Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium Mutations Migration Genetic drift Founder effect Bottleneck effect Non-random mating Sexual selection Stabilizing selection Disruptive selection Directional selection Speciation Biological species concept Reproductive isolation Vocabulary List: Honors

Section: Energy O O O Read & Outline Purple Chapters: O O O O

Section: Energy O O O Read & Outline Purple Chapters: O O O O 5 Energy & Life. 5. 1 -5. 7 6 Photosynthesis: 6. 1 -6. 5 6 Cellular Respiration: 6. 6 -6. 9 31. Ecosystems: 31. 1 -31. 11 Outlines Due Dates O O Due: Feb 20 Green Book Chapters O O O 6 & 37 combined (only sections above) Due: Tuesday February 11 7 Due: February 13 8 Due: February 18 Test is scheduled for February 19 -20 (Block day) Vocabulary O O O 7 PHOTOSYNTESIS: All 8 HOW CELLS HARVEST ENERGY: All Outlines (20 pts each): You should READ & OUTLINE the following information to help aid in understanding. O O O Vocabulary 1. ADP 6 ENERGY & LIFE: 6. 1, 6. 2, 6. 3, 6. 6 (6. 4 - 2. Aerobic 6. 5, about enzymes, is useful to remember so review) 3. Aerobic respiration 37 ECOSYSTEMS: 37. 1 -37. 5 (37. 9 -37. 11 4. Aerobic respiration will be covered later) CH 5: Tuesday Feb 14 CH 31: Friday Feb 17 CH 6: Tuesday Feb 21 Test is scheduled for February 24 (tentative) 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. equation Anaerobic respiration ATP synthase Autotroph Biochemical pathway Calvin cycle Carnivore Carotenoid Cellular respiration Chlorophyll Consumer Decomposer Detritivore Electron transport chain 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Energy pyramid Fermentation Food chain Food web Glucose Glycolysis Herbivore Heterotroph Krebs cycle Lactic acid fermentation Light reaction Mitochondria Oxygen Photosynthesis chemical equation Pigment Producer Stroma Sunlight Thylakoid Trophic level

Section: Ecology O Read & Outline O Vocabulary 1. Community 2. Ecosystem 3. Habitat

Section: Ecology O Read & Outline O Vocabulary 1. Community 2. Ecosystem 3. Habitat 4. Biodiversity 5. Succession 6. Primary succession 7. Secondary succession 8. Climate 9. Biome 10. Biotic 11. Abiotic 12. Pioneer species 13. Population 14. Carrying capacity 15. Exponential growth 16. Logistic growth 17. Density-dependent factors 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Density-independent factors Predator Prey Predation Co-evolution Parasite/Parasitism Symbiosis Mutualism Commensalism Keystone species Niche Fundamental niche Realized niche Competitive exclusion Interspecific competition Intraspecific competition Core Biology: Due Date Honors Biology: Due Date Vocabulary 3/1 CH 2. 6 -2. 10/31. 6 -31. 11 2/29 CH 32: all 3/3 Quiz on Ecology will be 3/4. Plan on being here. Grade will go on 4 th quarter

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